Do you remember all of the hype about the million dollar home page? The web page with exactly one million pixels, and each pixel would cost you one dollar if you wanted to put an image in it. Well, Alex Tew sold that entire page in record time and landed himself a nice $1,000,000. That’s right, there are six zeros there.
Now enter Ryan Shamus of Bloggings Most Wanted. Ryan has an idea that is based on the original Million Dollar Homepage, but this time the page is geared more toward the blogging community. His pixel blocks are larger as well. (40px * 40px). And for the larger pixel blocks, his price is a tiny bit more expensive. There are only 625 blocks available. A quick sellout is expected.
For $15 you can buy a block on Bloggings Most Wanted web page and become a part of blogging history. There is a strong feeling that this is going to go viral which means that it could sell out in a matter of hours after it does. The viral effect means more clicks on the image you put up, and more traffic for your blog.
One more thing, when you buy a block for $15 if you put a link on your blog (in the sidebar, in a post…etc) Ryan will paypal you $5 back. So the link only cost you $10. AFter all the blocks are sold, Ryan will also have a cash drawing of everyone who participated and bought a block. The prizes are:
1st Place – $1000.00 Dollars CASH
2nd Place – $500.00 Dollars CASH
So your $15 (or $10) investment gives you a 1 in 312.5 chance of winning at least $500. That’s not a bad return! Head on over to Bloggings Most Wanted and get yourself a spot before they are all gone.
Posted in Reviews by Bucky .
I’m about to spill the beans on something here. The wife and I are planning on having another baby. 🙂 The first child we had (and still have), well, making her was easy. The first month we tried, and blammo!, the wife is pregnant.
This time it hasn’t been so easy though. We have tried for 2 months now, but no dice. We really thought we had it this month, but it didn’t happen. She felt so strongly that she was pregnant, that she got her old maternity clothes out, and got a few new ones as well.
The one in this photo came from KikisFashions.com. She really likes it. So much in fact, that she wore it the whole day after it came in the mail. I came in from work and thought it was funny that she was wearing a maternity top not being pregnant and all.
She said that the material was soft and the top was very comfortable to wear. I was particularly fond of how it accented her boobs.!Â 😈 She continues to wear it even though she isn’t pregnant yet, and I continue to drool over her! I’m beginning to think she likes wearing it just so she can tease me.Â HA!
Posted in Reviews by Bucky .
I saw this dashboard / window mount called the Aduro U-GRIP PLUS on amazon and the reviews of the product really intrigued me. I went ahead and purchased one that was on sale for $12.99 and I was not disappointed. Not only does this device mount look good, it works great, even on the textured dash in my car. The suction cup has a type of gel that suctions great to textured dashes. It has not fallen down since installation, and it holds my large phone nice and snug. I highly recommend this item.
- Universal Car Mount for most Phones. Quickly and easily mount and unmount your phone or device.
- Fits most Phones with 3.5 to 5.3 inch screens. Adjustable 360° viewing angles.
- Single-handed operation. No more hassle putting your phone or device on the mount.
- Package includes: 1 Car Mount, 1 3M Tape* (used for breathable surface material), Instructions.
Here are some of the reviews:
I highly recommend this product. It has made me able get rid of my Garmin and my bluetooth. I have had no issues with it and it is very easy to use with one hand. I have the largest Otterbox case on my phone and there are no issues with the Aduro holding it firmly. Great Product!
Pros: Suction is strong, grip is sturdy and I can place the phone into it with one hand, price is very reasonable, construction seems like it would last a while, very easy to rotate the phone to landscape and portrait, and the grip should fit most smart phones (but there seems to be a trend with manufacturers to make larger phones, so it might not fit every new phone that will be released).
Cons: I have to use both hands to get the phone out of the mount (can be annoying since I can place my phone into it with one hand). A con for me, but maybe not for you; I would have preferred if the interior grip color was black instead of red. No stars taken out because of these cons. I knew the interior was red before purchasing it, and using two hands to take the phone off the mount shows the sturdiness of the U-Grip.
Other comments: I have a 2012 Honda Civic. The dashboard design is very odd, so I wanted the strongest suction mount I could find. I used to use a mount that goes into the CD slot of the stereo, but it covered a few of the buttons on the radio, seemed to put too much tension on the CD slot, and the grip malfunctioned every now and then. I decided I needed a mount that I can put on the dashboard, so I did some research and chose this item. I’m glad I did. Since the Civic’s dashboard is quirky, I have found only one spot on the dash (towards the left of the radio) that this suctions to very solidly. It does the job very well.
I would highly recommend the U-Grip to anyone looking for a solid car mount for their phone or portable GPS.
There are hundreds more reviews on amazon if you are still undecided. GO check it out!
Posted in Reviews, technobabble by Bucky .